Lir Hand Finished Luxury Chocolates Reviews
Product Type: Lir Chocolate
Newest Review: ... used to be that you could only buy chocolate approaching the atrociousness of what they use to make 'Lir' loose in penny bags ... more
by Lord Steven Milsom - written on 15/04/13
These chocolates are gorgeous, not your usual coffee, strawberry, orange creams from your every day chocolates but rich unique flavour that give you a craving for more.I Bought an Easter egg with these in for my partner, tried just 2 and had to go out and buy a box for myself, she never got me an egg so that was my excuse.My favourites are the crème brulee and raspberry mint but even my least favourite of these is so much better than the mainstream chocolates. Its a pretty Lame name but having read the story behind it the name seams quite appropriate.
by - written on 18/12/11
Unfortunately I gave these as a gift as they claim to be premium chocolates, they were opened and passed around and to my embarrassment everyone (including me) thought they were awful. The packaging states Lir have won lots of taste awards but if these are typical I don't know how. I will not be buying any lir chocolates in the future.
by alan Perry - written on 08/03/11
The best chocolates I have ever tasted and I have had most brands in my travels around the world.Don't think I give out praise easily but they are great - not sickly like Belgum chocolates or slimey like the common newsagent assortments that we all pass on to others if they are bought for us.Try them if you don't like them - then give up chocloate all together you won't find better.
by - written on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 380 readings)
To start with the not-very-well-chosen name of this product: 'Lir.' I can appreciate this may or may not have some relevance to the Irish (the chocolates seem to have some diffuse connection with the country of Ireland, though this may just be co-incidence) but unfortunately it doesn't really mean much to people from elsewhere. Worst of all the word 'Lir' rhymes with 'Euuurh!' - the kind of noise people from anywhere make when they taste something that's not very nice. While strangely appropriate - given the nature of these chocolates, this doesn't make for the best of first impressions for the product. I get so disgruntled about 'waxy' tasting / textured ... Read the complete review
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